T4Youth, our Chicago-founded philanthropy that uses the magic of table tennis to facilitate connections between tech companies and aspiring young technologists in low-income circumstances, will be launching our first ever Virtual Trick Shot Competition. With the need to adapt during COVID-19, T4Youth has postponed its 7th annual table tennis tournament until the spring of 2021. However, our community of techie table tennis players is not pausing on supporting the next generation of technology pros.
Code Nation, a nationally known 501(c)(3) non-profit, will be a recipient of the funds raised by T4Youth in 2020. By partnering with T4Youth, Code Nation will gain more support as the organization works to build bridges between Chicago’s tech industry and under-resourced high schools to ensure all students in the city have access to a high-quality CS education.
The recipient of the funds raised (approximately $500k) from the first six tournaments, The Chicago Tech Academy, remains a very important ally. The 4-year contract school located in University Village will continue receiving contributions from T4Youth as they continue to pursue “their mission to educate, empower and connect a diverse next generation of entrepreneurial thinkers.”
During these challenging times, this competition serves as a great opportunity to get creative with your skills, while also building connections with your coworkers and friends. Oh yeah, one more thing, this virtual competition, has outstanding prizes for winners.
Among the needed adaptations given COVID-19, the Virtual Trick Shot Competition will be held online. This format will allow individuals, or teams, to record themselves mastering an impressive table tennis trick shot.
$25 per entry individual entry, $250 per company (comes with 4 shirts & “mute” paddles), $20 per shirt
T4Youth takes no responsibility for what entrants may have done during the creation of their videos.
Win a personalized cameo/message from athlete